PIANO MUSIC SERIES
Cho has established a concert series of piano works by Robert Schumann in six different states. Her enthusiasm for Robert Schumann has led her to write an article “What makes Robert Schumann Schumann: Schumann’s creation of fantasy borrowed from literature, especially E. T. A. Hoffman’s novel "The Life and Opinions of Tomcat Murr.”
The first Schumann album will be released on the Orpheus Classical label. It will be available in all the online platforms of digital distribution including Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Deezer, Rhapsody in May 2021.
HYEJIN CHO, piano
CHRISTINE HARADA LI, violin
NATHANIEL PIERCE, cello
The Koinonia Trio's mission is closely related to their trio name, “Koinonia,” a transliterated form of a Greek word, which means 'a gift jointly contributed.’ Since its formation, the trio has won 1st Prizes at the American Prize and the Briggs Chamber Music, and was awarded the University of Michigan Performing Arts EXCELerator Grant Fellowship as well as a $10,000 grant from the Binkow Endowment for Chamber Music. The Koinonia has performed in New York, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Missouri, Minnesota, Alaska and 5 cities in Europe as a part of a tour in Austria, Germany and Italy. The trio has been invited by many music festivals including the Innsbrook Institute, the Anchorage Chamber Music Festival, and the Maui Classical Music Festival, and has given outreach concerts and workshops at schools and retirement homes.
HYEJIN CHO, piano
ARIANNA DOTTO, violin
The Duo Cho-Dotto, throughout their studies in solo performance in Europe, Asia, and the United States, have developed a passionate advocacy of chamber music played by two soloists uniquely joined in performance. Since meeting in 2017, the two musicians have shared their passionate love of violin-piano duo repertoire.